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EnglishGerman
McLafferty rearrangement McLafferty-Umlagerung {f}
McLaughlin group McLaughlin-Gruppe {f}
McLay Glacier McLay-Gletscher {m}
McLean GlacierMcLean-Gletscher {m}
McLeod GlacierMcLeod-Gletscher {m}
McLeod syndromeMcLeod-Syndrom {n}
McLeod's Daughters McLeods Töchter
McLin Glacier McLin-Gletscher {m}
McLintock! [Andrew V. McLaglen]MacLintock
MCM [Man Crush Monday][Hashtag für einen Mann, für den man schwärmt, wörtlich: Männer-Schwarm-Montag]
McMahon Glacier McMahon-Gletscher {m}
McMahon's (desert) viper [Eristicophis macmahonii] MacMahon-Viper {f}
McMansion [Am.] [pej.] [also: MacMansion][ein pompöses, unangemessen großes Haus in Vororten]
McMillan's cat shark [Parmaturus macmillani] McMillans Katzenhai {m}
McMurdo SoundMcMurdo-Sund {m}
McMurray circumduction test [also: McMurray's circumduction test] McMurray-Test {m}
McMurray Formation [Western Canada: Alberta to Saskatchewan] McMurray-Formation {f}
McMurray test [also: McMurray's test] McMurray-Test {m}
McMurray's signMcMurray-Zeichen {n}
McMurry reaction McMurry-Reaktion {f}
McNeill's deer [Cervus elaphus macneilli]Szetschuan-Hirsch {m}
McNenney's wildcat [Leopardus pardalis] Ozelot {m}
m-coumaric acid [C9H8O3] m-Cumarsäure {f}
McQ [John Sturges]McQ schlägt zu
McRoberts maneuver [Am.]McRoberts-Manöver {n}
McRoberts manoeuvre [Br.]McRoberts-Manöver {n}
MDA [3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine] [C10H13NO2]MDA {n} [3,4-Methylendioxyamphetamin]
m-dash [spv.] <—>Geviertstrich {m} <—>
mdash [spv.] <—>Geviertstrich {m} <—>
M-dayMobilmachungstag {m}
me mi [ugs.] [bayer.] [österr.]
Meiz {n}
me [Br.] [coll.] [I] [e.g. John and me went to the cinema] ich
me [direct object] mich
me [indirect object]mir
me [my] [Br.] [coll.] mein
Me a go tell him. [Jam.] Ich werde es ihm erzählen.
me and Ashley [coll.] ich und Ashley
Me and Big Joe [Michael Bloomfield with Scott Summerville] Unterwegs mit Big Joe
Me and HimIch und Er [Doris Dörrie]
Me and Kaminski Ich und Kaminski [Roman: Daniel Kehlmann; Film: Wolfgang Becker]
Me Before You [Thea Sharrock]Ein ganzes halbes Jahr
Me IncorporatedIch-AG {f}
Me, Myself and Mum [Guillaume Gallienne] Maman und ich
Me neither! [coll.]Ich auch nicht!
me time [Am.] [coll.] Zeit {f} für mich selbst
Me too.Ich auch.
mea culpa Schuldeingeständnis {n}
mead Met {m}
meadHonigwein {m}
mead [literary]Aue {f}
mead [literary] Flur {f} [veraltet] [Landschaft, Wiesen und Felder]
mead [literary] Wiesengrund {m} [veraltend]
mead maker Metsieder {m}
meadhing Metbrauen {n}
meadow Wiese {f}
meadow Flur {f}
meadow [esp. piece of low ground near a river] Au {f} [südd.] [österr.] [schweiz.]
meadow [piece of low ground near a river] Aue {f} [poet. od regional] [an einem Bach oder Fluss gelegenes flaches Gelände mit saftigen Wiesen]
meadow adder [Vipera renardi]Steppenotter {f}
meadow adder [Vipera ursinii] Wiesenotter {f}
meadow adder [Vipera ursinii] Spitzkopfotter {f}
meadow adder [Vipera ursinii] Karstotter {f}
meadow anemone [Anemone canadensis, syn.: Anemonidium canadense] Kanada-Buschwindröschen {n}
meadow anemone [Anemone canadensis, syn.: Anemonidium canadense] Kanadisches Windröschen {n}
meadow anemone [Anemone canadensis, syn.: Anemonidium canadense]Kanadische Akelei {f}
meadow at two swaths zweischürige Wiese {f}
meadow barley [Hordeum secalinum, syn.: H. capense, H. nodosum]Knotengerste {f}
meadow barley [Hordeum secalinum, syn.: H. capense, H. nodosum] Roggengerste {f}
meadow barley [Hordeum secalinum, syn.: H. capense, H. nodosum] Wiesengerste {f}
meadow bird Wiesenvogel {m}
meadow birdsWiesenvögel {pl}
meadow brome [Bromus commutatus] Wiesen-Trespe {f}
meadow brome [Bromus commutatus] Wiesentrespe {f}
meadow brome [Bromus commutatus] Verwechselte Trespe {f}
meadow brome [Bromus erectus] Aufrechte Trespe {f}
meadow brome [Bromus erectus] Berg-Trespe {f}
meadow bromegrass [Bromus erectus, syn.: Zerna erecta] Berg-Trespe {f}
meadow brown [Maniola jurtina] [butterfly]Kuhauge {n} [Tagfalterspezies]
meadow brown (butterfly) [Maniola jurtina] Großes Ochsenauge {n} [Schmetterling]
meadow bulrush [Scirpus atrovirens] Dunkelgrüne Simse {f}
meadow buttercup [Ranunculus acris] Scharfer Hahnenfuß {m}
meadow buttercup [Ranunculus acris] Goldranunkel {f} [auch: Gold-Ranunkel]
meadow cabbage [Symplocarpus foetidus, Dracontium foetidum, Ictodes foetida] [skunk cabbage]Stinkkohl {m}
meadow campion [Lychnis flos-cuculi, syn.: Silene flos-cuculi]Kuckucksblume {f} [Kuckucks-Lichtnelke]
meadow campion [Lychnis flos-cuculi, syn.: Silene flos-cuculi] Kuckucksnelke {f}
meadow campion [Lychnis flos-cuculi, syn.: Silene flos-cuculi] Kuckucks-Lichtnelke / Kuckuckslichtnelke {f}
meadow cat's-tail / cat's tail [Phleum pratense, syn.: P. pratense f. bracteatum, Achnodonton bulbosum, Plantinia pratensis, Stelephuros pratensis] Wiesen-Lieschgras / Wiesenlieschgras {n}
meadow cat's-tail / cat's tail [Phleum pratense, syn.: P. pratense f. bracteatum, Achnodonton bulbosum, Plantinia pratensis, Stelephuros pratensis] Timotheegras {n} [Wiesen-Lieschgras]
meadow chickweed [Cerastium arvense]Acker-Hornkraut {n}
meadow chippy [Ammodramus maritimus, syn.: Ammospiza maritima, Ammospiza maritimus, Passerherbalus maritimus]Strandammer {f} [fachspr. auch {m}] [auch: Strand-Ammer]
meadow clary [Salvia pratensis] Wiesensalbei {m}
meadow clover [Trifolium medium]Mittlerer Klee {m}
meadow clover [Trifolium medium]Zickzackklee / Zickzack-Klee {m}
meadow clover [Trifolium pratense] Wiesen-Klee / Wiesenklee {m}
meadow clover [Trifolium pratense]Rot-Klee / Rotklee {m}
meadow coral [Clavulinopsis corniculata] Geweihförmige Wiesenkoralle {f}
meadow coral [Clavulinopsis corniculata] Geweihförmige Wiesenkeule {f}
meadow coral [Clavulinopsis corniculata] Moosliebendes Keulchen {n}
meadow coral [Clavulinopsis corniculata]Geweihförmiges Keulchen {n}
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